Three years on from Funny People, Judd Apatow has returned to the director’s chair with this take on the mid-life crisis.
Essentially, what we have with Gangster Squad is the gangster genre and its various clichés diluted and boiled down to their purest form.
Heartfelt and joyous and beautiful to look at, Life of Pi is truly a celebration of life.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a solid adventure, but it’s very much a 'part one'.
We’ve all seen films about Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny, but never has there been a film that involved all three – until now.
Thankfully at a running time of just 89 minutes, it’s breezy enough for fans of Colin Firth’s legs or Alan Rickman’s general nakedness.
On paper, this sounds a dream: a new big-screen adaptation of one of Dickens’ strongest, most beloved stories, featuring a cast of British heavyweights.
Ben Affleck’s latest directorial venture is a masterclass in taut storytelling, tension and genuine full throttle excitement.
Beneath the veneer of irritating clichés, The Perks of Being a Wallflower has some interesting, challenging things to say about being a teenager.
Savages tells the tale of two best friends, hard-headed ex-soldier Chon (Taylor Kitsch) and chillaxed Buddhist Ben (Aaron Johnson).